April 18 - May 11, 2013
Great Plains Juried Exhibition 2013
$1350- in awards.
Juror, Susan Moore
Best of Show
Ted Conley - Blue Cloth on Canvas - $300
1st - Lori Wright - Alley Reflections - $100
2nd - Mario Munguia Jr .- Vision of the Venture - $75
3rd - Joe Jackson - Church at Lamy - $50
Digitally Enhanced Image
1st - Darryl Segich - Life Goes On - $100
2nd - Rudy Ellis- Icarus - $75
3rd - Lynda Martin - They Speak Whispers to Those Who Will Listen - $50
HM - Marie Van Arsdale - The Trumpets Last Call - $25
HM - Sharon Burris - The Walk of the China Doll - $25
1st - Tina Meschko - The Red Bag - $100
2nd - Eric Chance Mobbs - Destruction - $75
3rd - Donna Finch Adams - Searching for Loplop 101 - $50
3rd - William Messimer - Nature Club - $50
HM - Paul Walsh - January Rain - $25
1st - Traci Martin - Smoke - $100
3-D (Sculpture and Ceramics)
1st - Jerry Tate - Dasco Dancer - $100
2nd - Steven Phillips - Crackled Spirit Jar - $75
HM - Shelly Tate Garner- Time Warp - $25
HM - Candra Wyatt-Marilyn at Hookah - $25
For more information such as deadline for submissions and a printable pdf prospectus to enter the exhibit click here:
Great Plains Prospectus
Centre Gallery is located In the Visual and Perfoming Art Center (VPAC) on 1st Street.
Open 9 am to 5 pm Monday – Friday or by arrangement.
SE Art Major Exhibit
@ Hot Shots Coffee Gallery
Paintings now on display!
Come on down, grab a coffee and check out the artwork!
Past SE Art Student Exhibits
@ Hot Shots Coffee Gallery
Past Art Student Exhibits
Rachel Cross Exhibit @ Gallery 133
Gallery 133 is located in the space in front of the computer lab in the Visual Arts Building. It is a space dedicated to showing and showing off the work of Visual art classes and showcasing the art of our most promising art majors.
Currently we are showing the work of Junior Rachel Cross. From the expressive brushwork of the Abstract Expressionists to the cool, conceptual eye of her Constructivist 3-D wall hangings and the delightful blow-ups of Pop Art, Rachel’s body of work explores the boundaries of Modernism.
Ironically, in the Post-Modernist art world, searching for your own visual voice through that kind of poly-lingual diversity is OK.
Chance Dunlap Exhibit @ Gallery 133
Art Major Chance Dunlap kicks off the Fall 2009 semester at Southeastern with a solo exhibit of his work at Gallery 133 in the Visual Art Building.
Chance has on display a variety of his sculptures and paintings that he created for a Special Studies class during the summer semester, under the supervision of Visual Art department's Assistant Professor Jack Ousey.
Dunlap was recently commissioned to create 5 outdoor sculptures for the new Texoma Medical Center in Denison, TX.
Gallery 133 is open during regular university hours in the Visual Arts Building. For further information about exhibits @ Gallery 133 contact Dave Barnes at 745-2446 or email@example.com
Visual Art News - Past Events
Dr. Gleny Beach receives Governor's Arts Award
Press Release Date: 10-23-2009
Oklahoma Gov. Brad Henry presents the Governor's Arts Award to Dr. Gleny Beach, Director of Art at Southeastern Oklahoma State University. The award recognizes individuals for longtime leadership and significant contributions to the arts across Oklahoma. The presentation was made at the 34th Annual Governor's Arts Awards ceremony on Tuesday in the 4th Floor Rotunda of the State Capitol
Visual Art Faculty's Painted Horses
The Red River Arts Council unveiled their first five horses Thursday night, during the Chamber of Commerce Premiere Block Party to rave reviews from these art enthusiasts on Fourth and Main. The horses will be on display in the city for the next 18 months.
Dr. Gleny Beach, Asst. Professor Jack Ousey, and Centre Gallery Director - Janie Umsted, painted horses for RRAC's 'Painted Horses in Durant, OK' event.
Visual Arts: Program Mission
The mission of the Division of Visual Arts is to serve the needs of a rural and diverse university community of southern Oklahoma and northern Texas by providing a balanced undergraduate curriculum in the visual arts.
The Art Division recognizes that the ability to communicate visually is vital to one’s capacity to think globally, creatively and critically in the 21st century.
Courses in art support the general education liberal arts study for non-majors as well as encourage respect for cultural diversity and aesthetic values. In general education and degree program major and minor courses, the Art Department faculty recognizes the importance of preparing students to appreciate cultural and societal expression in the arts throughout history while preparing program major students for careers in professional fields of education or post-graduate study in the visual arts.
Whether the student seeks preparation as a professional, for graduate study, or as a foundation for lifelong learning, the Art Department’s mission is to facilitate that goal.
Art Department resources actively support the arts within the community by providing activities of cultural interest to the surrounding areas of southern Oklahoma and northern Texas. />
"I do not want ART for a few any more than education for a few, or freedom for a few."
- William Morris -
"The arts humanize the curriculum while affirming the interconnectedness of all forms of knowing. They are a powerful means to imporve general education."
- Charles Fowler -
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